12 accessory and sock patterns for women using Manos del Uruguay Alegria yarn.
If you love crocheting socks, you will love this book. A variety of techniques such as lace, colorwork, Tunisian and cables are used to present a collection of beautiful and functional designs.
7 projects with step-by-step instructions and photo illustrations for not one, but three different methods for knitting socks. This book focuses on teaching knitters all three methods of knitting socks, using step-by-step photos and a series of helpful hints and tips. The basic designs are given in three sizes for children, women and men and are made with a popular self-striping yarn. Includes seven different sock designs.
A wonderful book which has been designed with the novice knitter in mind, but assumes a basic knitting skill. It takes you through from the first beginner sock and gradually builds up, using the three techniques of knitting in the round and some of the key techniques from sock knitters all over the world. There are 8 designs using sock yarn.
Introducing Sock Anatomy by Clare Devine - Sock Anatomy is a wonderful collection of nine socks all knitted in West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4 Ply Yarn, showcasing a variety of heel and toe techniques.
Cozy Socks features 30 knitted projects that are fast, fun and practical.
Wendy D. Johnson shows knitters a new approach to making socks with Socks from the Toe Up. This approach will turn even the most reluctant knitter into a toe-up nut, plus it saves wool and always gives a perfect fit. And? No grafting! Wendy provides all the how-tos, tips and techniques need, as well as the pros and cons behind all of the cast-on, toe, heel and bind-off options, gleaned from her years of experience. With more than 20 fun and beautiful patterns, Socks from the Toe Up has a sock for every foot and a pattern for every knitter.